Adjusting to the new normal
Get Well’s suite of solutions can play a critical role in scaling information sharing, guiding patients and easing the burden for your care teams. In this unpredictable and volatile environment, continuous communication and assessment of your patient population becomes critical for maximizing limited capacity and revenue.
Partnering for success
LifeBridge’s 5 key innovation projects in response to COVID-19
Baltimore-based health system emphasizes digital health throughout efforts to respond to pandemic. By expanding telehealth, LifeBridge is set to meet emerging needs. Published by Becker’s Hospital Review.
M Health Fairview’s Rapid Implementation of a COVID-19 Remote Patient Monitoring Program
M Health Fairview deploys a patient education and remote patient monitoring solution to handle influx of patients. Conclusions find RPM to be effective approach for managing symptoms at home. Published by the Journal of American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA).
URMC adds respiratory clinic for patients with COVID-19 symptoms
University of Rochester Medicine created an outpatient clinic devoted to evaluating people who may have COVID-19. The clinic remotely monitors patients recovering at home. Published by WROC, Rochester First.
From reengagement to recovery: A checklist for success
In the hospital
Prepare your patient rooms for the new normal with a modified version of Get Well’s flagship patient engagement solution. Smart Room Lite is an iPad-accessible communication platform that offers the best of our suite of highly engaging interactive health education tools and the latest information and guidelines on COVID-19.
- Provide health education
- Keep patients informed
- Gather meaningful patient insights
- Deploy in 45 days or less
Align your health system with the new environment, by working to educate, accelerate rescheduling of appointments and minimize cancellations. GetWell Loop, our digital care management solution, has enriched the existing 180+ care plan library and added new care plans to encourage manage existing patients and procedures and prepare for future outbreaks.
- Minimize unnecessary phone calls by proactively updating patients on new processes and procedures
- Reduce community incidence of COVID-19 through self-guided education
- Automate and scale screening and symptom monitoring
- Track potential exposure to or active development of COVID-19
The Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network uses GetWell Loop to monitor 24/7 in a pandemic
The Get Well COVID-19 Loops provided a virtual bridge between patients and providers during a time of social distancing, enabling Froedtert & MCW health network patients to feel well-cared-for and giving providers access to the appropriate caretaking information. 24/7 monitoring further demonstrates the health network’s commitment to keeping the community healthy and patients safe at all hours.
As we move from spring into summer, many regions of the country are still grappling with rising COVID-19 infection numbers, even as lockdowns are lifted and businesses reopen. For some cities, the numbers have plateaued or even dropped; across the board, however, there is concern about a second wave of COVID-19 cases emerging in the
As the country works to combat a global pandemic, COVID-19 has brought many sweeping changes to American society. Workplaces have shifted to remote conferencing for meetings, restaurants are boarded up or acting in a delivery-only capacity and retail sales are on a steep decline.
It was 2:30 a.m. on the first night of 24/7 remote patient monitoring when a patient reached out to the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network COVID-19 Care Team through GetWell Loop.
Eight weeks after California put into place the first statewide lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States is still in the thick of the public health emergency. With over 80,000 American deaths and no standardized central public health response from state to state, patients and families are desperately seeking expert, up-to-date healthcare information.
As a country, we’re deep into the COVID-19 public health emergency, recently passing 1,000,000 reported domestic cases. In the month of April, that meant an average of about 30,000 newly reported cases in America…per day.
There has been a lot of hype about remote physiologic monitoring (RPM), colloquially known as remote patient monitoring, in recent years. These services are beneficial for patients and providers alike, allowing patients to receive the personal-touch care they need from a distance, while providing additional revenue streams for providers and enabling them to easily scale
I’ve been feeling a mix of emotions in recent weeks, as I’m sure you all have. I’ve felt worry and the need for preparation, but I’ve also felt an increased sense of responsibility.
It’s a difficult time for patients, clinicians and the general public right now. I see that all around me — from friends, from family, from GetWellNetwork’s own employees.